As far as picture quality in home cinema goes, nothing can beat laser projectors, which use lasers as light source. And today, Sanyo in Japan made another leap forward by unveiling a new model that boasts 7,000 lumens [JP], which is the world’s highest brightness level.
The yet to be named super-short focus RGB laser projector produces full HD images as large as 150 inches when you place it 94 cm away from the screen (100 inches if the screen is 63cm away). The throw ratio stands at 0.28.
Sanyo hasn’t revealed yet when they plan to bring the projector to market and how much to charge for it. At least we know it’s sized at 2370×510×630mm and that it promises to be awesome.